Nixon's Head

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St. Martin's Press, 1972 - United States - 248 pages
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In this pre-Watergate era study of the mind of Richard Nixon, the author traces the history of Nixon's actions and speech under pressure from his early political races through crises including the Cambodian incursion, the Kent State shootings, and his Supreme Court machinations.

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